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The Independent Directorate of Local Governance signed citizen charter and Eshteghal Zaiee - Karmondena Project (EZ-Kar) contracts with facilitating partners at the presidential palace (30.12.2020) 
The signing ceremony was held at the presidential palace at the presence of H.E the president of Islamic republic of Afghanistan. In addition, the ceremony was attended by the director of IDGL, Minister of Economy, Minister of Finance, Minister of Agriculture and Minister of Rural Development and Rehabilitation, general director and operation director of CCNPP.
Shamim Khan Katawazai (IDLG director) said 914 projects have been implemented via Citizen Charter program in Jalalabad, Kandahar, Herat and Mazar-e Sharif at the cost of 110 million dollars during the past three years.  Read More
 Positive Changes through
Citizen Charter

  Local Residents are Pleased for Dastarkhwan-e Meli 

 The Relief Package under Dastarkhwan-e Meli Saved our Life 

The COVID-19 Disease has deeply affected the economy of the people of Afghanistan. The Sarnarkh village consisted of 146 households in Shaikh Ali district of Parwan province is among many communities where a large number of residents have undergone great economic sufferings due to recent Coronavirus pandemic.

Said, Abdul Ahad, a villager: “Our daily incomes have come to a standstill due to Coronavirus. We could not come out of our houses for work. We spent all of the money, set aside, on medicine and food items during the lockdown. Now, we are living in such a bad economic condition. Fortunately, the relief packages provided to us through ... Read More

The Government of Afghanistan has started relief distribution in response to the Covid-19 crises to help the needed and poor households in communities in the cities and villages throughout Afghanistan. This relief response has recently started for the households who are falling at the lower end of the economic scale.

The delivery of relief packages will be expedited and delivered to those households who needs much more help in the months ahead under the REACH program. The program is designed in such a way that the relief packages takes place directly by the citizens through the community development councils (CDCs). This story showcasing the value embedded in providing relief packages to the much needed and poor households.  Read More

The story of Sakina, showing the need for a long-term relief 

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